Creation: This tiara was made in 1890 by Royal Begeer and could be topped with Queen Emma's five, twelve-pointed, diamond stars that she received as a wedding gift in 1879. The central diamonds can be replaced with a rubies.
Materials: diamonds set in gold and silver with optional rubies
- Queen Emma of the Netherlands; from her husband, King Willem III of the Netherlands in 1890
- Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands; inherited from her mother in 1934
- Queen Juliana of the Netherlands; inherited from her mother in 1962 but never wore the tiara
- Orange-Nassau Family Foundation; set up by Queen Juliana in the 1960s
- Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands;
- Princess Margriet of the Netherlands, Mrs. van Vollenhoven;
- Princess Irene of the Netherlands, Dowager Duchess of Parma;
- Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands;
- Queen Maxima of the Netherlands;
- Can Queen Emma's diamond stars still be attached to this tiara?
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